Cook, M., (n.d.). Watching Brief at Roman Road, Holmer.

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Watching Brief at Roman Road, Holmer
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6
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A watching brief was carried out in advance of road realignment and replacement of the canal bridge with a culvert. The watching brief specifically set out to determine whether pottery scatters identified in previous evaluations extended into the area of the road works. The project provided valuable information regarding the construction of small stone bridges in the post medieval period. [Au(adp)]
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Martin Cook
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Roman
Post Medieval
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Date Of Coverage From: 01 Date Of Coverage To: 01 Editorial Expansion: Site name: ROMAN ROAD, HOLMER
Study area:
Investigation type: Post-determination/Research
District: County of Herefordshire
Monument: BRIDGE. Post-medieval (1540-1901)
Ngr: SO52304190
Parish: Hereford
Postcode: HR1 1JL
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Archaeological Investigations Project (AIP)
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19 Jan 2009